We are pregnant with twins. We shall very soon be releasing an EP called ‘Innocence’ with another, as yet untitled EP to follow soon after. If you would like to assist the birth, please consider subscribing to us on Bandcamp.
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The final single from Lucky Beast has just been released. Emission is taken from the album, while the b-side (if such a thing exists in the digital world) is a live version of the song Lucky Beast recorded at the album launch show last March.
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We’re currently working on new music for a project that we would dearly like to release this year. Either as an album or a series of EPs. The new songs are taking on a far more ambitious shape than before. The sounds seem to be bending in all directions, simultaneously more melodic and more sonically weird. This is definitely going to be our boldest set of recordings so far. We urge YOU to help us materialise this music in the physical universe by becoming a loyal subscriber.
We’re winding down the live activity for the rest of this year to concentrate on some new recording projects. We somehow managed to fit in two UK tours this year without any serious injury and we hope to travel even further to spread our noises in 2017.